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Mustang Gregg

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About Mustang Gregg

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    .44 Ruger Gunfighter
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    TG for ENGC (Louisville, NE) & Match Director for LAR (Lincoln, NE)

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    Double Arrow Ranch & Wild West Arms, Inc., Table Rock, Nebraska
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    Gunfighter Category + Handgun hunting + 29 years Army Aviation + Second Amendment Rights + '71 Mach1 + Family + Church Deacon + American Legion Adjutant + VFW Commander + Historical Society President

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  1. I reckon damn near EVERY SASS match that I have been to was FUN! But now that I think back of a few where I needed some assistance with the operation and prepping did kind of suck a bit. But I was also down with vertebra disk and serious hip issues and those did drag on enough that I couldn't compete myself. Mustang
  2. Do those feed well in your lever rifle?
  3. We have a new Pard starting out in SASS. He already owns a Marlin 1894(FP?) in .41 Rem Mag to use as his starting point. And he is ordering a pair of blued Blackhawks in .41 also. So we're going to need a source of cast bullets, preferrably RNFP's that are 180 to 200 gr. Are any of you all .41 shooters? Where do you get your main match bullets? Much obliged, MG
  4. I'm just wondering what other clubs/ranges charge for a one day 6 stage shoot. Most all were $10.00 in our area from 2001 up to now. Much obliged, MG
  5. Mr. Richochet: It took me a while to come up with the Western Bullets. They are 15" X 10" & 15" X 8.5". I do have a spare if needed. MUSTANG Gregg
  6. I'm selling some of the irons that I don't use much any more. Marlin 1894S (JM) .44 Widder modified. Hardly ever used. $900 Browning 1892 .44 Mag. Very smooth. $900 Two Ruger 5.5" KBVs. .44 Mag. $1200 Stevens 311 12 ga w/ 30" bbls. $500. More pictures available. Send me a PM. Thanks.
  7. A feller brought me in 5 old rifles to appraise. None are really anything that I would want for myself. They are a bit rough and would be a tough sell anyway, I reckon. 1. Marlin '92 lever action octagon .32 rimfire 2. Winchester Low Wall falling block octagon .32 rimfire 3. Remington Rolling block octagon .32 rimfire 4. Hopkins & Allen falling block octagon .32 rimfire 5. Winchester M1873 (mfd 1888) round .44 WCF My questions are: Has anyone ever successfully converted a Low Wall (in rimfire) to centerfire? How about converting a 'Marlin '92 to centerfire? How much $$? Much obliged, Mustang
  8. There are some excellent solvents that can be tried...very carefully. But most all are flammable and probably cancer-causing. And every one of them will blind you if it gets in your eyes. Acetone, Tolulene, Tri-chlor, Naptha, MEK. Just dye it, if you can't stand the stain and don't want to mess with chemicals. .
  9. I just love watching (but not paying for) one of these working. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yrg-dP6L2Y8 It loads up empty cases faster than I could empty them. Do any SASS cowboys have one of these in operation? Mustang I'll post another one too.
  10. I just hope he doesn't drop SASS. ITS STILL A LOAD OF FUN!!
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